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Country Living at it's best, but still so close town. Just seconds from Broadway Street. This homes access is up a beautiful pine tree lined driveway. It offers 3 bedroom 2 1/2 baths, plus a hobby/office room. There are two living areas, one sunken with a brick fireplace, and one with a wood burning stove. A formal din...

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Red Foot Unit 13 Trophy Bull Elk Ranch - 200 acres - Cibola County, New MexicoThis one may very well be under contract by the time you read this, as it’s one of the very best trophy elk hunting values with unlimited tags in the country. This little hidden oasis in the heart of New Mexico’s Unit 13 has just been transf...

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Secluded Sportsman’s Paradise - MAAD Ranch at Trementia, NM  -  $350,000 for 640 acres!640 acres of end-of-the-road secluded and private paradise.  Allows year-round hunting with landowner elk tags, mule deer, bear and a good supply of jumbo wild hogs……The MAAD Ranch is located about an hour south of Las Vegas, Ne...

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VIEWS, VIEWS, VIEWS!!2 lots at 5 acres each. Total 10 acres.Easy and close freeway access, Airport close by and Utilities in street. Perfect for someone wanting some land for animals, to build or just to invest in....

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This great 7.55 acre piece of property is perfect farm land for alfalfa or pasture. Build your dream home with horse facilities, arena so many possibilities....

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Built in the late 1800's, this authentic adobe is located on a rare 9+ acre property on the highly desirable Upper Canyon Road. Minutes from the heart of Santa Fe and replete with history and charm, this property has incredible potential. This property currently has three structures - a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom main house, a...

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Deer Canyon Preserve horse property surrounded by nature with sweeping views of the Manzano Mountains and Chupedero Mesa. This special conservation oriented community comprises over 18,000 acres of which half are protected by conservation easements. There miles of hiking and riding trails and wildlife abounds. This custom b...

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Beautiful homesite in a unique conservation oriented community outside the town of Mountainair, NM. Elevated homesite with sweeping view of the Manzano mountains and the Estancia Valley. Deer Canyon Preserve is comprised of approximately 18,000 acres of which almost half has been set aside in conservation easements. Hiking ...

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Beautiful 26 acre farm with river frontage. Pastures are fenced, with gated pipe for irrigation. Seller will leave several pieces of farm equipment and some livestock. The 30x40 shop holds all the equipment, plus has a game room. The home is very pretty, with an open concept & many updates....

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Custom Built home up the beautiful Animas Creek. This home has 2x6 construction and blown in instulation.. It offers a split bedroom floor plan, a big open concept living, dining, and kitchen areas. There are tiled floors, wood vigas, Cathedral ceilings, ceiling fans, and skylights throughout. The kitchen has solid wood ...

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Infrastructure for a home is already in place on this 34.622 acre parcel. It has a 3 acre foot domestic well, electricity, and septic tank (somewhere). At one time there was a mobile home on this property. Now it only has an old airplane hanger and a bunch of greasewood. This parcel is very flat for awhile then ion the ...

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Passive solar designed, open concept home built in 2017. Each room has its' individuality yet blends perfectly with the others. The second story loft area currently used as an office could be used as a bedroom - with access to two large storage rooms. Stunning granite tops a center island doubles as a breakfast bar, is o...

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Just look at the views! This forested piece of property is on a hill overlooking the valley of Ojo Sarco on the celebrated High Road to Taos. In the same family for more 40 years, with no improvements. 8.59 acres are taxed non-residential land, and 8 acres are taxed as agricultural land....

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If you want a place that is far from town but has neighbors in the area, a place to escape and relax, a place where the elk, antelope, deer, bear, wild turkey, gray wolves, and mountain lions roam - then this is it. Over 23 acres forested with ponderosa pine, pinon, and juniper, this place is set up for permanent living or...

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Santa Fe country living at its finest. Beautiful lot with amazing views at the end of a cul de sac in Cielo Tranquilo, a neighborhood with only 16 lots. An amazing location for your dream home with big mountain views in many directions. This is one of the few remaining lots in neighborhood. Shared well, electric and nat...

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Great Foothills property! 6+ acres with nice Southern views. Builder and plans available....

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A Charming Adobe Home on approximately 9.4 Acres with 3 sets of Utility Hook-Ups!!! Livestock and Horses welcomed since there is open barn with corrals and a fence section to put them. Enjoy the views of the Cuba Mesa and surrounding meadows to the West and the Santa Fe National Forest to the East! This property has tons o...

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Check out the virtual tour!!(Zillow- its in facts and features, interior details) Don't miss the opportunity to call this rare custom, adobe built, gem your home. It sits on 30 acres of land with panoramic views of the Manzano mountains. Peaceful and serene living at its absolute best. Beautiful, open floor plan, with k...

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Distant views and relatively flat terrain highlight this 22.4 acre property in Wild Horse Ranch. A well maintained county road is adjacent to the S property boundary and there is also access from a road on east boundary. Pinon, juniper forest including some very old alligator juniper trees cover the gently sloped terrain. N...

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This Beautiful 20 acre piece of property is subdivided into 4 separate lots but is being sold as one. Perfect Farm land for Alfalfa or pasture. Or come build your dream home and horse facilities, arena, the possibilities are endless....

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New Mexico Land for Sale

A MIX OF OLD AND NEW

New Mexico offers a blend of both modern and primitive feelings set against the stunning backdrop of the American Southwest. The capital, Santa Fe, is a cultural mecca for current art and dining. At the same time, it also boasts the country's oldest government building, The Palace of the Governors, built in 1610. The state is full of the old and new living side-by-side. In the same vast gypsum sand dunes where the first atom bomb was tested 10-thousand-year-old arrow tips have been found. That atom bomb was developed in Los Alamos National Laboratory, which is still a major hub of scientific research. Los Alamos is found just minutes from Bandelier National Monument, where you can explore the history of ancestral Pueblo peoples who settled in the area in roughly 1,150 A.D.

CITIES AND INDUSTRIES

The largest city in New Mexico is Albuquerque, where the world's largest international hot air balloon festival is hosted every October. There are a number of smaller towns with more quirky celebrations, such as Deming, which is proud to host the annual Great American Duck Race. Las Cruces is home to the annual Whole Enchilada Fiesta, where they assemble the world's largest enchilada. Although there are large, modern cities such as Albuquerque and Santa Fe, there are also tiny, isolated rural communities. In the north, there are towns such as Chimayo and Truchas that are populated by the descendants of Spanish Conquistadors. A form of Spanish is still spoken in these tiny communities that is spoken nowhere else in the world and seems most similar to Spanish spoken in the 16th century.

New Mexico is the eighth largest energy producer for the United States. It not only produces oil and gas, but its wide open plains and ample sunshine make it perfect for a booming solar and wind energy industry. Another major industry is scientific research. Nuclear energy is studied at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque and Los Alamos National Laboratory is the senior laboratory for the Department of Energy. With many wide open plains, dairy and cattle ranching make up a large part of the agriculture in the state.

CLIMATE AND LANDSCAPE

New Mexico is quite arid, with lakes and rivers covering only 0.002% of the land. With more than 320 days of sunshine a year, it is in second place for the state with most sun, right behind Arizona. Despite its latitude being so far south, its high altitude means there are four seasons a year. There are mountain peaks with year-round snow pack in each quadrant of the state, but the largest percentage of it lands in the plains.

25% of the landscape is forest, and the terrain ranges from mountains and high altitude basins to plains and valleys. In fact, the land varies so much that there are six out of the seven life zones found in New Mexico, geographic areas that are classified by altitude, vegetation, and animal population.

INTERESTING FACTS

Smokey the Bear is based on an actual bear cub that was found in the Capitan Mountains of New Mexico. In 1950, a forest fire swept through, and when it was over firefighters found the cub in a tree, badly burned. A rancher among the crew took him home and nursed him back to health. Soon he became the poster bear for preventing forest fires.

There are 23 Native American nations in the state, each with its own government and culture. These many diverse cultures, along with the descendants of Spanish settlers from centuries ago, make a cultural landscape all its own. An image if this is the New Mexico flag, which is emblazoned with a symbol from the Zia Tribe. The red and yellow of the flag represent Old Spain, while the Zia symbol represents the sun and perfection. Together, the flag evokes the unique cultural combination that is uniquely New Mexico.

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